Indeed, coaches prepare the team for any situation that may arise on the field. However, this does not mean at all that athletes are obliged to resolve any dispute with the help of gross physical pressure on their opponents.
On the contrary, experienced coaches urge not to succumb to the provocations of the enemy players in order to maintain strength and good physical shape until the end of the competition.
A hit below the belt is not used in fights on the court. It really is. After all, the main goal of the fighters is to disorient the enemy for a while, because the blows are most often directed to the face.
The worst is for the athletes who separate the fighters. It's true. Moreover, sometimes athletes trying to separate the fighting players themselves are disqualified, since the judge cannot always determine who was the instigator of the brawl and who acted as the peacemaker.
The main task of a judge during a fight is to keep the whistle and determine the culprits. The main task of a judge in such a situation is to do all he can to end the riots and punish those responsible. Although, unfortunately, his verdicts are not always fair.
Doctors treating athletes' injuries after a fight on the field receive overtime, and therefore mass fights are welcome. Completely erroneous opinion. Doctors are extremely hostile to various kinds of fights - after all, a fight does not always end with only minor scratches and bruises. Sometimes a showdown with the help of fists leads to quite serious injuries that require long-term treatment.
Mass fights are compulsorily practiced at various sports camps and training sessions. Indeed, coaches prepare the team for any situation that may arise on the field. On the contrary, experienced coaches urge not to succumb to the provocations of the enemy players in order to maintain strength and good physical shape until the end of the competition.
In sports, fighting is sometimes a tactical technique to increase the chances of winning. In some cases, the players of the losing team start a fight, trying to change the scenario of the development of events in the competition and, if not exclude the most powerful opponents from the game, then at least worsen the mood of the members of the opposing team with the help of minor fouls.
To intimidate rivals, athletes can sometimes beat members of their own team. Such situations do occur, but in some sports (for example, in rugby or football), fights between representatives of one team are more frequent, and in others (basketball, volleyball) - much less often.
Sometimes there are fights on the sports ground, which the members of the rival teams agree on in advance. Yes, it happens. For example, in hockey, where there are even specially trained players-fighters (tough guys) who appear on the court if a certain situation arises. And if two tough guys from the competing teams enter the field, it will definitely not do without a fight.
Fighting athletes receive a large percentage of DVD sales of their brawls. First, there are no discs of this kind on sale. Secondly, even if they tried to distribute the recordings of the fights on discs, it would hardly bring tangible profit, since a detailed video report of any brawl on the sports ground first of all appears on the Internet, where anyone interested in it can watch it, and absolutely free.
Sometimes not only team members but also coaches take part in mass fights. Misconception. Coaches never interfere with the fights that take place on the pitch.